CHAPURIN

Fashion House CHAPURIN was established by Igor Chapurin in 1998 as a first own boutique on Myasnitskaya Street in downtown Moscow was opened. Producing haute couture in the beginning, the brand promptly expanded into seasonal prêt-a-porter and multiple capsule collections and accessories and jewelry lines.

2003 a new major project – CHAPURINCASA - was launched. A line of furniture and home environment was presented in Milan serving now as a basis for CHAPURIN’s steady involvement in interior and industrial design. Restaurants ‘Vesna’ on Moscow Noviy Arbat Street and Domodedovo International Airport’s VIP-Lounge, Italian Tecnomar shipyard’s yacht interior design, own CHAPURINBAR & restaurant, Wimm-Bill-Dann factories’ façade redesign are among many successful interior projects of the company.

In October 2005, CHAPURIN as a first ever Russian fashion brand showed its collection in the official calendar of the Paris prêt-a-porter Fashion Week. Same year, another brand new project in the Russian fashion market was born – CHAPURING – a line for alpine ski clothing. It comprised all the latest trends and hi-tech requirements for ski clothing.

April 6, 2006 is a milestone date when CHAPURN’s new head quarters on upscale Savvinskaya Embankement in Moscow were open. A three-storey building gives space for an office, pattern cutters and manufacturing departments, a design studio and show-room.

Today CHAPURIN is represented in Russia, Europe, Asia and USA. Apart from seasonal prêt-a-porter and yearly haute couture collections current CHAPURIN’s portfolio also encompasses accessories and jewelry lines, bed linen and home clothing collections, exclusive edition for own boutique in Moscow’s GUM on Red Square, limited American collections and capsule collections for local mass-market brands. Fashion House CHAPURIN led by its art director Igor Chapurin continues its successful collaboration with the renowned Bolshoi as well as engages itself in a whole range of exciting Russian and international fashion and art projects.